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Platinum 12 Month Food Reserve
FREE BONUS-PAK Includes:
TOTAL BONUS-PAK VALUE is $1803
Includes: 156 #10 cans
1922 calories/day for 1 person for an entire year - OR - 1922 calories/day for a family of 4 for 3 months!
Now with even more food items! The Platinum-Reserve™, a NITRO-PAK EXCLUSIVE, is one of our most popular food reserve units. It is made to bring you and your family greater peace-of-mind and security in today's uncertain times. It contains many premium Mountain House freeze dried foods as well as Backpacker's Pantry and our Nitro-Pak 'No-Cook' foods. Your unit will provide approx. 1922 calories per day for one person for one complete year, or a family of 4 for 3 months! It comes with a total of 156 #10 sized cans packed in 26 cases for easy storage.
All Mountain House #10 canned freeze-dried foods have a 30 YEAR Shelf-Life for extra long storage!
So what's the difference between this unit and our Ultimate Pak? This unit contains about 75% of Mountain House dinner entree selections and has fewer side dishes & desserts. To keep the price more affordable, the entree dishes are slanted toward the lesser expensive items. The Platinum-Reserve provides approx. 1922 calories per day (156 cans) compared to the 2380 calories per day (186 cans) that the Ultimate Pak provides. If the Ultimate is a bit out of your price range (or provides more calories than desired), then seriously consider this awesome reserve unit.
|Product Supply Type||Food|
|Total Items||156 # 10 size cans packed in 26 cases|
|Shelf Life (Opened)||No|
Servings Per Container
Dinner Entree Meals
Dinner Side Dishes
MH/NP Fruits & Vegetables
MH/NP Breakfast Entree Meals
(As with all our emergency reserve units, should an item become out-of-stock or is discontinued, we will substitute that item with another of equal or greater value and utility)
Approximate Shipping weight without pallet is lbs.
If you are comparison shopping and looking at a "cheaper" food reserve unit, READ "Tough Questions to Ask Before Buying a Year Supply Unit" first .